Latest Droughts Stories
The Pinyon Pine trees of the American southwest are dying off in large numbers, and many researchers have already guessed what is to blame: the heat.
While drought conditions throughout much of the United States are hampering corn and soybean crops, there might be some benefit to the lack of rain after all -- to oenophiles, at least.
While cooler temperatures and rainfall have eased drought conditions across the country, many farming states continue to feel the pinch of the worst US dry spell to hit in more than fifty years.
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